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Crafting Innovation: A Closer Look at a Research & Development Facility

In the bustling world of research and development, spatial design holds the key to unlocking the…

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STV Head of Zero Emissions Joins Rutgers Voorhees Transportation Center Advisory Board

Craig Cipriano, STV senior vice president and national director of zero-emissions mobility, was recently invited to…

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Planning for Multi-National High-Speed Rail in the Pacific Northwest

What if you could travel from Portland to Seattle—or Seattle to Vancouver—in an hour? It’s an…

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Newark Airport’s Terminal A Receives Prestigious Prix Versailles Special Prize

Newark Liberty International Airport’s new Terminal A recently earned a prestigious 2023 Prix Versailles Special Prize…

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Newark Airport’s New Terminal A Receives LEED Gold Certification

Newark Liberty International Airport’s (EWR) new Terminal A received Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)…

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How LiDAR Changes the Way We Survey Projects

From the earliest land measurements to the more precise methods that helped lay the foundations of…

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Business Development Director Appointed to Chair ACEC NJ Committee

STV senior associate and Business Development Director Robert Rusciano recently began a two-year term as chair…

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D.C./Virginia Employees Assemble to Help Fight Hunger in Community

STV’s team in Washington, D.C. and Fairfax, VA recently got together to support the Capital Area…

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STV’s Mobility Technology Team Supports the Future of Transit in Houston

Prior to joining STV earlier this year as an Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) engineering specialist, Parisa…

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West Region Team Gives Back to Project Angel Food Nonprofit

STV’s Transportation West Region team recently gave back to the community by volunteering at Project Angel…

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STV Leaders Named to TX A&M Advisory Board

J.J. Roohms, P.E., president of the Texas Mountain Region operating group and Marisa Vergara, P.E., principal…

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Providing a Better Perimeter Around Our Transit Operational Technology Infrastructure

As public transit agencies continue to move towards leveraging digital solutions to enhance operations, provide visibility…

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Reconstruction of Interchange 33 on I-95 Wins ACEC-CT 2024 Engineering Excellence Award

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Connecticut (ACEC/CT) has recognized the Connecticut Department of Transportation’s…

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I-95 South Ramps Unveiled at Betsy Ross Bridge Interchange in Philadelphia

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) recently opened the new southbound ramps at the Betsy Ross…

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Using Water Usage Patterns During the Pandemic to Predict Wastewater Discharge

COVID-19’s profound impacts on our daily way of life are well documented. But while conducting research…

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